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The argument that 5 of the justices bought is that there is an unwritten limit on the commerce clause that it can't force individuals who are not engaging in commerce to engage in it. That is incorrect of course. The constitution doesn't contain any such limit. But, regardless, it has nothing to do with the employer mandate.
For bolded: neither do you deserve respect nor should you misrepresent the formation of the Tea Party, it formed during the stimulus and TARP and the bailouts, not the health care act. Again disinformation.
it is amazing the US has lasted this long. How did we make it without health care for all? Not saying ACA is bad law. I'm saying ACA does raise some questions regarding implemenation, costs, and role of govt. Guess if someone doesn't agree they must be ignorant, immoral and deserve no respect. (and I am not a teabagger). People have a right to their views.
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Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.” ― George Bernard Shaw, Man and Superman
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